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    Hey Obie16813
    Have you noticed anyone pay extra attention to Obie before he disappeared? Anyone in the neighbourhood, while out walking? Do you have neighbours that you don't talk to much, or ones that are not very friendly,strange in some way?
    Sorry I'm not pointing the finger at anyone but just brainstorming for what else you could do, also
    I once knew someone that used to breed American Staffords. Someone stole a whole litter of pups, ended up being a neighbour.

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    I agree with Mags.
    You have put out so much appeal for his absence.
    I also just hope no one finds him and thinks; poor little stray puppy, no home, you must be hungry, come inside, we'll love you.

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    There is nothing worse than loosing a pet and not knowing where they are, how they are

    I have lost 2 cats...1 was stolen and the other never came home oneday

    I wish you all the best in finding your beloved staffy

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    Obie, I feel so sorry for you. I don't know why I am saying this but I would walk around in the neighbourhood and call out his name as I walk along side houses. I don't care if people think I was mad. If he escaped from your house, he might escape again when he hears your voice and knows you are looking for him. Pay attention to barking as a response to your calling his name. I hope you find him soon. I feel for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magdalena View Post
    Hey Obie16813
    Have you noticed anyone pay extra attention to Obie before he disappeared? Anyone in the neighbourhood, while out walking? Do you have neighbours that you don't talk to much, or ones that are not very friendly,strange in some way?
    Sorry I'm not pointing the finger at anyone but just brainstorming for what else you could do, also
    I once knew someone that used to breed American Staffords. Someone stole a whole litter of pups, ended up being a neighbour.
    I've thought about this but when he escaped there are many people and kids out late on a Friday night so it could of been anyone.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mimi1 View Post
    Obie, I feel so sorry for you. I don't know why I am saying this but I would walk around in the neighbourhood and call out his name as I walk along side houses. I don't care if people think I was mad. If he escaped from your house, he might escape again when he hears your voice and knows you are looking for him. Pay attention to barking as a response to your calling his name. I hope you find him soon. I feel for you.
    I've already tried calling his name on the street,though he doesnt bark I try to listen for his cry.

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    After taking the lost dog into the vet the girl at the desk found a match to my dog in the book. I was happy to get a new lead but kinda angry i was never notified earlier, on top of that I have been calling them regularly and getting the usual response of "we will definitely call you if something comes in."
    This dog was found near the end of July.
    I hope they have my dog.

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    Fingers and paws crossed for you, Obie

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    Called the house number and it was the the wrong number.
    The mobile number is switched off.

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    I rang back Gosnells rangers this morning and asked them to check out the numbers i was given, they said they had both phone numbers on their system. The home phone belonged to a guy named Luke and the mobile number was his mothers named Natasha. They also gave me me another mobile phone number belonging to this woman which also was turned off.
    Gosnells had this woman on file and she had a female staffy reported.
    The whole thing is kinda strange as the guy I spoke to on the home phone said he hadn't found a staffy and he didnt know about the mobile number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Obie16813 View Post
    I rang back Gosnells rangers this morning and asked them to check out the numbers i was given, they said they had both phone numbers on their system. The home phone belonged to a guy named Luke and the mobile number was his mothers named Natasha. They also gave me me another mobile phone number belonging to this woman which also was turned off.
    Gosnells had this woman on file and she had a female staffy reported.
    The whole thing is kinda strange as the guy I spoke to on the home phone said he hadn't found a staffy and he didnt know about the mobile number.

    So you managed to get hold of a guy at one of the numbers given to you?
    If that is what you mean then I'm afraid I wouldn't believe the guy when he says he knows nothing about a Stafford.
    The fact that his mother has a female makes think Obie was known and taken so they could breed .
    I'm also thinking that because of this he isn't tooo far from home.

    Have you tried a reverse search of the phone number?
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